Vietnamese workers' average salary rises in first quarter

Vietnamese workers' average salary rises in first quarter

In the first quarter of the year 2021, Vietnamese's average income saw an increase despite the number of workers joining the labour market fell.
9.1 million Vietnamese workers impacted by Covid-19 in first quarter of 2021

9.1 million Vietnamese workers impacted by Covid-19 in first quarter of 2021

As many as 9.1 million Vietnamese people aged 15 and above were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the first quarter of this year, Director of the Department of Population and Labour Statistics under the General Statistics Office (GSO) Pham Hoai Nam told a press conference on April 16.
Strengthening access to online skills training for young workers in Vietnam

Strengthening access to online skills training for young workers in Vietnam

For the 14-month ‘Strengthening access to online skills training for young workers in Viet nam’ project, an online digital learning platform will be created to provide opportunities to develop basic and key digital skills for 3,000 migrant workers in industrial and export-processing zones and vocational students.
Workshop "Ensuring the rights of migrant Vietnamese workers" to address 5 key issues

Workshop "Ensuring the rights of migrant Vietnamese workers" to address 5 key issues

On January 15, the Government Standing Office of Human Rights held a workshop "Ensuring the rights of migrant Vietnamese workers". The workshop, held at the beginning of 2021, expected a milestone to start a new year of many challenges and opportunities in the protection and assurance of human rights in Vietnam.
Average wage at domestic firms rises 5.2 percent – lowest in decade: survey

Average wage at domestic firms rises 5.2 percent – lowest in decade: survey

Average wages at multinational and domestic enterprises in Vietnam expanded only 6.5 percent and 5.2 percent this year respectively, the lowest levels in a decade.
 COVID-19-hit Vietnamese workers in Japan to receive welfare

 COVID-19-hit Vietnamese workers in Japan to receive welfare

Vietnamese workers in Japan who lost or quit their job due to COVID-19 will get resignation benefits, living allowance, ect., from the Japanese government.
Vietnamese banned from doing massage abroad

Vietnamese banned from doing massage abroad

Vietnamese people will be banned from taking potentially dangerous jobs abroad, including massage, under a new decree which will take effect from this month, Dtinews reported.
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